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Community Detection Using Cooperative Co-evolutionary Differential Evolution [chapter]

Qiang Huang, Thomas White, Guanbo Jia, Mirco Musolesi, Nil Turan, Ke Tang, Shan He, John K. Heath, Xin Yao
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper, for the first time, introduces Cooperative Co-evolution framework for detecting communities in complex networks.  ...  The resulting algorithm, Cooperative Co-evolutionary DE based Community Detection (CCDECD) is evaluated on 5 small to large scale real-world social and biological networks.  ...  In order to achieve better scalability to handle large-scale networks, this paper proposed CCDECD (Cooperative Co-evolutionary Differential Evolution based Community Detection) by incorporating a Cooperative  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-32964-7_24 fatcat:w5zdmeko3bfkdjgkgvj35uc5oi

Knowledge management overview of feature selection problem in high-dimensional financial data: cooperative co-evolution and MapReduce perspectives

A N M Bazlur Rashid, Tonmoy Choudhury
2019 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
This article presents a knowledge management overview of evolutionary feature selection approaches, state-of-the-art cooperative co-evolution and MapReduce-based feature selection techniques, and future  ...  Cooperative co-evolution, a meta-heuristic algorithm and a divide-and-conquer approach, decomposes high-dimensional problems into smaller sub-problems.  ...  COOPERATIVE CO-EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMS The cooperative co-evolutionary approach was originally introduced by Potter Problem decomposition A decomposition strategy is used to decompose a complex  ... 
doi:10.21511/ppm.17(4).2019.28 fatcat:76yr472o6rf7vm3torvgnxfcnm

Co-evolution in Business Ecosystems: Findings from Literature

Tobias Riasanow, Rob Jago Flötgen, Michael Greineder, Dominik Möslein, Markus Böhm, Helmut Krcmar
2019 Entwicklungsmethoden für Informationssysteme und deren Anwendung: Fachtagung  
Following the six properties of co-evolution, we develop a framework for the co-evolution in ecosystems, comprising 23 configurations, based on the analysis of 44 articles.  ...  Thus, goal of this paper is to provide a structured overview of literature about the co-evolution of ecosystems in management, organizational science, and IS literature.  ...  Thus, we suggest the use of co-evolution theory to examine platform ecosystems.  ... 
dblp:conf/emisa/RiasanowFGM0K19 fatcat:i2l7iel5vjc5vc4hy7ustxac3e

Synergistic epistasis enhances the co-operativity of mutualistic interspecies interactions

Serdar Turkarslan, Nejc Stopnisek, Anne W Thompson, Christina E Arens, Jacob J Valenzuela, James Wilson, Kristopher A Hunt, Jessica Hardwicke, Adrián López García de Lomana, Sujung Lim, Yee Mey Seah, Ying Fu (+5 others)
2021 The ISME Journal  
We discovered extensive parallelism across communities despite considerable variance in their evolutionary trajectories and the perseverance within many evolution lines of a rare lineage of Dv that retained  ...  community.  ...  Prior work using synthetic communities of yeast, E. coli and Salmonella enterica have demonstrated the potential for synergistic epistasis to improve interspecies cooperation [14] [15] [16] .  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41396-021-00919-9 pmid:33612833 pmcid:PMC8319347 fatcat:c3zf4btq6rdodkg3mc6tube32i

2019 Index IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computational Intelligence Vol. 3

2019 IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computational Intelligence  
., +, TETCI April 2019 151-162 Electroencephalogram Based Reaction Time Prediction With Differential Phase Synchrony Representations Using Co-Operative Multi-Task Deep Neural Networks.  ...  Zhou, Z., +, TETCI June 2019 205-216 Collaborative Energy Management for a Residential Community: A Non-Cooperative and Evolutionary Approach.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tetci.2019.2960994 fatcat:2crjc5ajvzdxpj3g6nqmgkimpm

Functional and topological characterization of transcriptional cooperativity in yeast

Daniel Aguilar, Baldo Oliva
2012 BMC Research Notes  
We also observed significant co-activity and co-evolution between members of the same cooperative pairs, but a lack of common co-expression profile.  ...  In this work, we studied how transcriptional cooperativity in yeast is aimed at integrating different regulatory inputs rather than controlling particular cellular functions from a organizational, evolutionary  ...  Previous studies have devised methods for computationally detecting and measuring transcriptional cooperativity based on different mechanisms of cooperation such as co-expression, co-binding to the promoter  ... 
doi:10.1186/1756-0500-5-227 pmid:22574744 pmcid:PMC3499397 fatcat:rckmldojbnhjxpk2xsqsgo6qtu

Metabolic model-based analysis of the emergence of bacterial cross-feeding via extensive gene loss

Colin P. McNally, Elhanan Borenstein
2018 BMC Systems Biology  
communities.  ...  Conclusion: Our findings provide insight into the evolution of cooperative interaction among microbial species and a unique view into the way such relationships emerge.  ...  address the evolution of cooperation [24, 25] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12918-018-0588-4 pmid:29907104 pmcid:PMC6003207 fatcat:io644itx7nbgxgdvizp6wdmbpy

Evolution: The Ecological Reverberations of Toxic Trace Elements

Markus Hartl, Ian T. Baldwin
2006 Current Biology  
Given how many interactions may be affected by elevated heavy-metal or other toxic elements, it is easy to imagine how one abiotic factor might drive differentiation and co-evolution in a complete ecosystem  ...  [5] also analyzed the co-occurring parasitic wasp Diadegma insulare and found a correspondingly high amount of selenium, indicating co-evolution at the third trophic level.  ...  Together these results show that local resource competition can create diverse, co-adapted communities of cooperators that are both more productive and more resistant to cheats than their monomorphic ancestors  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cub.2006.10.014 pmid:17113376 fatcat:e7gucpdqdrgdbjkoxlh5igpqdq

Taxonomy of bio-inspired optimization algorithms

Saman M. Almufti, Ridwan Boya Marqas, Vaman Ashqi Saeed
2019 Journal of Advanced Computer Science & Technology  
Bio-Inspired optimization algorithms are inspired from principles of natural biological evolution and distributed collective of a living organism such as (insects, animal, .... etc.) for obtaining the  ...  In computer science Bio-Inspired optimization algorithms have been broadly used because of their exhibits extremely diverse, robust, dynamic, complex and fascinating phenomenon as compared to other existing  ...  Differential Evolution (DE), Evolutionary strategy (ES), Genetic algorithm (GA), Genetic programming (GP), and Granular Agent Evolutionary Algorithm are the most well-known Algorithms belongs to Evolutionary  ... 
doi:10.14419/jacst.v8i2.29402 fatcat:3nzesd3cj5fgbkzbspkgs7sutq

Metabolic Model-Based Analysis of the Emergence of Bacterial Cross-Feeding through Extensive Gene Loss [article]

Colin P. McNally, Elhanan Borenstein
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
We used this framework to model the evolution of a two-species microbial community, simulating thousands of independent evolutionary trajectories and investigating the link between genome reductive evolution  ...  Surprisingly, even though our model does not impose explicit selection for cooperation, metabolic dependencies emerged in nearly half of all evolutionary runs.  ...  And finally, how does evolution in a community shape co-evolutionary dynamics?  ... 
doi:10.1101/180208 fatcat:huyiy6vpdfe6hnqbhjd225tdaq

Synergistic epistasis enhances cooperativity of mutualistic interspecies interactions [article]

Serdar Turkarslan, Nejc Stopnisek, Anne W Thompson, Christina E Arens, Jacob J Valenzuela, James Wilson, Kristopher A Hunt, Jessica Hardwicke, Sujung Lim, Yee Mey Seah, Ying Fu, Liyou Wu (+4 others)
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
We discovered a high level of parallelism across communities despite considerable variance in their evolutionary trajectories and the perseverance of a rare SR+ Dv lineage within many evolution lines.  ...  An in-depth investigation revealed that synergistic epistasis across Dv and Mm genotypes had enhanced cooperativity within SR- and SR+ assemblages, allowing their co-existence as r- and K-strategists,  ...  The pipeline for sequencing data analysis was developed using funds from the National Institute of Health under grant number R01AI141953 to NSB.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.06.22.160184 fatcat:biuow3ouqfertcen7jvvj4vrou

Infrequent Pattern Detection for Reliable Network Traffic Analysis Using Robust Evolutionary Computation

A N M Bazlur Rashid, Mohiuddin Ahmed, Al-Sakib Khan Pathan
2021 Sensors  
Despite many FS approaches proposed in the literature, cooperative co-evolution (CC)-based FS approaches can be more suitable for cybersecurity data preprocessing considering the Big Data scenario.  ...  Experimental analysis was performed and evaluated using 10 unsupervised anomaly detection techniques.  ...  Evolutionary Feature Selection Cooperative Co-Evolution The cooperative co-evolution (CC) is a metaheuristic algorithm.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21093005 pmid:33922954 pmcid:PMC8123319 fatcat:a4qgt2wujjhrxj43xd5j63z5ym

Cooperative Behavior analysis of Owners and Contractors Based on Brain Neurobehavioral Mechanism

Liping Zhao, Yuesen Wang, Dongye Sun, Yang Yang
2018 NeuroQuantology  
Simultaneously, the numerical simulation analysis for the influence of different parameter variables on the evolution of the model is conducted.  ...  Moreover, the evolutionary game model for the relationship between the owners and contractors of railway engineering projects is established in this research.  ...  Combining with theoretical analysis of cranial neurobehavioral science, an evolutionary model of the cooperative relationship between owners and contractors is established using evolutionary game theory  ... 
doi:10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1389 fatcat:ra7h7jbkffarpfezafgsh6kffu

Bio-Robustness and Fault Tolerance: A New Perspective on Reliable, Survivable and Evolvable Network Systems

Zhanshan Ma, Axel W. Krings
2008 IEEE Aerospace Conference. Proceedings  
Biological structures and organizations in nature, from gene, molecular, immune systems, and biological populations, to ecological communities, are built to stand against perturbations and biological robustness  ...  Evolutionary game theory, which we present in a relative comprehensive introduction, provides an ideal framework to model the reliability and survivability of computer networks, especially the wireless  ...  The co-evolutionary game is a game that possesses the flavors of both cooperative and non-cooperative games; furthermore, it has been studied in both traditional game and evolutionary game domains (Vincent  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.2008.4526486 fatcat:ariuonsxfvfgppvzhnwtplffla

Phylogenetic niche conservatism: what are the underlying evolutionary and ecological causes?

Michael D. Crisp, Lyn G. Cook
2012 New Phytologist  
We conclude that PNC is a scientifically useful concept with applications to the practice of ecological research.  ...  Shifts in strength of PNC are potentially detectable, for example, using Pagel's d, which detects acceleration or deceleration of evolutionary rate in a trait across a whole tree, and a rate change occurs  ...  Moreover, tests that are commonly used to detect PS, such as Blomberg's K and randomization of the tip states in a phylogeny (Blomberg et al., 2003; Revell et al., 2008) , are also used to detect a pattern  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04298.x pmid:22943495 fatcat:rcpw7qy7kjha3mimxgf6nmjpju
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